Man in a Suitcase

Season 1 Episode 26

The Revolutionaries

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Aired Wednesday 9:10 PM Mar 20, 1968 on ITV
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Why should the people employing McGill deny all knowledge of him? Strange events occur when he finds himself involved in the drama of a political exile's campaign against the new rulers of his country.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The case with Toni's name on it spells her last name as "Olsson". However, in the end credits, her last name is spelled "Olsen".

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Dr. Maza: Lenin used to like Beethoven. He said he couldn't listen to music too often. It made him want to stroke people's heads, instead of hitting them without mercy.
        McGill: Instead of hitting them?
        Dr. Maza: Yes, Mr. McGill. Hitting them on their silly heads.

      • Dr. Maza: Music is no answer to dirt and filth, and the leprous beggar whining for basheesh.

      • Yuseef: Haidar is a realist. You are an idealist. I have thought a long time about this and I have made my decision. I can follow you no longer. I'm sorry for this thing, but I too have become a realist.
        Dr. Maza: Is this the new name for a Judas? How many pieces of silver, Yuseef?
        Yuseef: Why do you use Christian mythology, Doctor? We are Arabs.

      • Haidar: And where are our political ideals now? You sneer at Yuseef's self-interest.
        Dr. Maza: Self-interest is not the same thing as treachery.

      • McGill: Well, all your clients cause this much trouble?
        Toni: No. Do yours?
        McGill: Yeah, usually.

      • McGill: Eh, you guys are pretty good hiding behind women, aren't you?
        Haidar: I think your Western ideas of emancipation give a false value to a woman's life. You cannot blame me for exploiting it.

      • McGill: Toni?
        Toni: Yes?
        McGill: What you doing for breakfast?
        Toni: Breakfast? Nothing. Why?
        McGill: Beautiful, let's do nothing together, okay? I'll see you then.

    • NOTES (1)

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      • McGill: What are we doing here, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves?
        Referencing the famous story found in One Thousand and One Nights. Ali Baba is a poor woodcutter who gains access to the secret cave of 40 thieves. When the thieves discover that Ali has stolen from them, they trick to his home but his loyal servant girl Morgiana helps kill them.

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